The cause of the yellowing of the leaves of P. lucidum is related to the climate and environment, moisture, light and fertilizer. If the climate is drier, it is necessary to replenish water frequently and increase environmental humidity. If it is caused by improper watering, just water it properly. If the light is too strong or too weak, move the plant to a suitable location. If it is caused by lack of fertilizer, it should be supplemented in time.
The yellowing of the leaf tips of Phlox indicum is related to the climatic environment. Put Phlox in a humid and ventilated climate environment for conservation. If the air is very dry, the moisture in the leaves will be evaporated, and the leaves will dry out and become yellow. You can sprinkle some water on the leaves at low timing to keep the air moist. Especially in summer, spray water around the plants frequently to avoid air drying.
The yellowing of the leaf tip of Phlox indicum may be caused by improper watering. Phlox angustifolia requires an appropriate amount of water to grow. Generally, the pot soil should be watered in time after it is dry. Too much water will rot the roots, causing the roots to be unable to transport water, making the waterless tips of the phlox leaves yellow, and eventually fall. If you don't water well, the plants will not have enough water, and the leaf tips will turn yellow in the absence of water.
The leaf tip of yellow apple tree will turn yellow if it is stimulated by strong light or lack of light. You need to move the plant to a suitable location to avoid direct sunlight. The strong sunlight can damage the leaves and prevent them from absorbing water normally. Insufficient light will affect the photosynthesis of plants. Too strong or too weak light will make the tip of the leaf turn yellow, slowly extend to the petiole, and finally fall dry.
The lack of fertilizer on Phlox indica also leads to yellow leaf tips, which need to be supplemented appropriately. Fertilizer is applied once every 30 days in spring and autumn, and once every 1 to 2 months in summer. Without fertilizers, the plant ’s nutrition is not enough. When the leaves are iron-deficient, the edges of the leaves will gradually turn yellow. With long-term lack of fertilizer, the leaves of the plants will dry up and turn yellow, and they will fall a lot, and eventually the plants will die.